You might recognise Pandora Sykes from her impeccable outfits on Instagram that rake in the love within seconds. She’s got a killer wardrobe and an enviable career in fashion journalism to match – she’s like the real life Carrie Bradshaw, only way cooler (sorry Carrie). Warehouse recently snapped her up to curate 25 pieces for their AW17 collection and although we were spoilt for choice about which look to invest in first. We’ve picked the six key pieces you need to make this autumn your best dressed yet…

Warehouse Pandora 1

An Acne biker jacket has been at the top of our fashion wish-list season after season, but due to the hefty price tag we haven’t quite been able to embrace our inner Scandi-cool gal, until now. Knock off a couple of zero’s by treating yourself to this Warehouse number instead. Live the Scandi dream! 

Warehouse Pandora 2

Give Cher Horowitz and Rachel Green circa 1990-something a run for their money in this chequered print skirt. Pair with a chunky polo neck jumper and Gucci-esque loafers for an AW17 take on a total classic. 

Warehouse Pandora 3

The endless parties in the run up to Christmas always leave us stressing about what to wear, but you have at least one option in the Pandora x Warehouse edit – this flute sleeve dress is our favourite. The deep and delicious plum shade is perfect for the festive season and the statement sleeves make it ideal for going from boardroom to bar.

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Okay, we know it’s likely that you already have a striped top (or 50) in your wardrobe already, but rather than going nautical with your stripes, experiment with more autumnal tints. Burgundy and rich red are a dream duo, while the gold detailing adds a luxe feel.

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Blazers have a timeless appeal, they look just as good paired with matching tailored trousers as they do with vintage Levi 501’s and a slogan tee. Opt for a grey tweed cover-up rather than classic black – nobody needs to know that it’s not *actually* Chanel.

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To twist the words of Miranda Priestly, ‘ dark florals for Autumn? Groundbreaking’. So, it’s not the most unusual of prints for when the nights draw in, but there’s a reason for that: florals always look good. Regardless of the season. The frilled sleeves and cut-out back add a modern spin to an A/W staple.

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